NATO needs to halt provocations and stop pumping arms into Kiev - Kremlin

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Speaking about the steps to settle the current tense situation, the Kremlin spokesman noted that "there was a way out

MOSCOW, November 21. /TASS/. NATO needs to stop pumping arms into Ukraine and halt provocations near Russia’s borders, Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov told the Rossiya-1 TV channel.
Speaking about the steps to settle the current tense situation, the Kremlin spokesman noted that "there was a way out." "NATO needs to stop provocations near our borders and halt advancing its political and military infrastructure towards our borders <…>," Peskov noted.
The spokesman also mentioned that "NATO definitely needs to stop pumping modern arms into Ukraine, thereby inspiring it to insane actions.".

 

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Everywhere you look the Western powers are constantly meddling. Ukraine is no different. Ukraine is being groomed by the Western powers to form a challenge for Russia. The Europeans want to influence the neighborhood of Russia and Ukraine is the perfect candidate. The Ukrainian leaders are happily fulfilling the role of a police officer on behalf of Western powers.

The only problem for Ukraine is that it is dealing with a behemoth bear. Russia responded so viciously when it forcefully took Crimea. It shook everyone by surprise and the Europeans knew there and then that Russia means business. NATO is making a huge mistake by creating ruckus in Russian neighborhood. Russia will strike and they have a track record that doesn't bode well for the opposition.
 

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More important than the influx of NATO arms is actually to increase quality of the Ukrainian officers. Until the Ukraine military get rid of all obsolete Soviet military doctrine in their military, it would be no good to transfer more high end weapons system to Ukraine.

From this reports, I could see why NATO is still hesitant to induct Ukraine to its membership and why the US still reluctant to sell more high end weapons.


So reforms in how the military operates must comes first. Deficiencies in weaponry could helped by the quality of the officers and men in the army.

Ukraine must model itself after the western military
 
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